Emails from Suzy Kantor referencing IC-99461-W7Y6 and/or FOI2020/46039

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HM Treasury did not have the information requested.

I would ask that HM Treasury produce all EMails and chat messages, including attachements, from Suzy Kantor that include any of the following strings sent in the period 1/6/2022 and 23/02/2023:

IC-99461-W7Y6

and/or

FOI2020/46039

Yours faithfully,

Stephen Campbell

FOI Requests, HM Treasury

Our ref: FOI2023/03787

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Dear Stephen Campbell

Please find attached a response to your recent FOI request.

Yours sincerely

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Stephen Campbell

Dear HM Treasury,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of HM Treasury's handling of my FOI request 'Emails from Suzy Kantor referencing IC-99461-W7Y6 and/or FOI2020/46039'.

I find it surprising that HM Treasury has chosen to respond in this way. The number of requests HM Treasury has received around the Loan Charge is not something I can personally control. The more likely reason for the volume of requests HM Treasury have have had is that this is consistent with the fact that the policy referenced is unprecedented, is extremely controversial, has unearthed adjacent FOI responses showing signs of a large-scale cover-up, and has driven at least 10 people to take their own lives. This strengthens the public interest aspect of this and potentially other FOIs.

The effort required to search 1 single mailbox is small and I have deliberately crafted the request to minimise the administrative burden on HM Treasury. Rather than attempting to use spurious reasons to avoid fulfilling this request, which is likely to mean I may choose to pursue an ICO complaint that will consume further, avoidable resources in both HM Treasury and ICO, I would respectfully suggest that it is more sensible for HMT to simply provide the data requested at this stage and as required by FOIA.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/e...

Yours faithfully,

Stephen Campbell

FOI Requests, HM Treasury

1 Attachment

Dear Stephen Campbell

Please find attached a response to your recent IR request.

Yours sincerely

Information Rights Unit | Correspondence and Information Rights | HM
Treasury, 1 Horse Guards Road, London, SW1A 2HQ [1]www.gov.uk/hm-treasury

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